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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., miDAY, OCT. 29, 1903.
"Cook discovered Hawaii"
Can easily discover the best place to purchase' your shoes.
Fort Street is the Place.
Mclnerncy is the Name.
ladies' Tan Oxford Tie and ft Ladies' Tan Two.Hole
SMART. GOOD. DRESSY. UP-TO-DATE.
M. Mclnerny Shoe Store
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wireless Address
Western Union and Lleber'
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolu'u Stock
307 Jurld Building
Telephene Z9. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Stock and Bond Broker,
OLD GOVERNMENT PLANTATION CIGARS
Smooth and even Always the samel
Los Angeles Red Ribbon Beer
Costs no more Tastes like more!
Sole Agency for the Above Brands.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
Cignr Emporium and liquor Dealers.
109 King St
83 MERCHANT ST.
P. 0. BOX G28
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Kriilay, October 29.
NAME OF STOrK
jnti vih h
Ann Ah , a i
HIGHEST IN QUALITY LOWEST IN COST
3 lb '..$4.00
- 5 lb , 4.50
0 lb 4.50
7V'2 H w , .5.00
0 lb. ....r. 6.00
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
You, Too, May Have
Pearly White Teeth
ALOHA TOOTH TOWDEE, OR MAILE, will do the
work and .keep your gams blood-full and healthy.
We have all the t:oth washes and powders.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.,
Hotel and Fort Streets.
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kold t,i tJffil
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P. fit Bti(r ..il
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lliwkhaii Electric Oo
Hot. HT& 1. Co Pie
4ort RT ft ..Colon
111' ml TI"Ttio
Kllkj HlHi ' o.
Ptid Ui . . . .
a'tiko OtiWief Co.A'
Unl.tl K H LCo.
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Ma ltr 4Vf pc
HawlcM tC. .
Ifa Ter ' nc, ...
(aw Gov't pc..
t kui rr C06 pr
Mam. Ulch Co,
Ha. Iff.'' CJ p fn.
Haw- Irrlic Co , cs, .
I (Mo o U Co Cnti M'f
Hot 14 Van Suit, co. flpc
1i.i R TH UCuft p c
Kbttala Ditch Co. 6C
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Jihu K A UCn6ic.
0im Sugar Co 5 ! c , ,
2laa Sugar Co 6 p c.
Pat- Sue. Mill Co, it
I'alu Claulatlo.1 Co ....
Pioneer Milt Cn 6pc ..
Walima xnrCu $pc
THAT A3E BETTER THAN YOU CAN GET ANYWHERE
IN THE CITY ARE TO BE HAD AT
WILLIAM F. HEILBR0N, PROPRIETOR.. PHONE 45.
The Bulletln't Big Nlchel
Scratch Pad la the blggeat five cents
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
lulu. Six of them for a quarter.
New cars careful drlicrs. No. 6.
Oct your hat cleaned at the Leading
Hal Cleaner, 1164 FurLstreot.
Call and sea Mike Patuu at the Di
core. Klne copperplate oncrnUiiK and
prlntlnR at Hcakbatic'p, Tort street.
Tho Honolulu Clotliea ClrnnliiK Co
keep your clothes like nw Tel. 147.
Krcsh poha berries, oery Saturday
Ht the llaUlmuro U.'lrj nr at Mrs.
four Inches of rain full nt Hutchin
son plantation during llm lucent Koni
There will he a meeting tonight of
the Biicccr plnyeiF.innd It will ho
held at room.l2,?VounB Hotel.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic"
You will be surprised at Its coolliiR
i.ik1 preservative propertlne California
e-d Co., aicnta.
Lots for sale In the Kapahulii Dis
trict; price from Vi cent per square
foot up, by E. Colt Hebron, 2d floor,
love building, Kort struut.
Mrs. dnulter and Minx Mlrlnm Hall
win moot in n iciiiiih m.ucii in me uunri
future, and It should proto a most In I
toiestlns one to wuicii, as imtu me
1 layers nro ccieits nt tlio Rune.
TIcKcts for the boxing matches to
morrow night nrc going ort fast, nnd,
n4 tlm flflv ri.nl Krntu nro lust ua
good to view tho, ct cut from ns tho
hicher priced ones, there should be I
n huge crowd present.
Patent rights hnc been granted
to C. C. Tuchof this city for nn In
vention that Is mid to border on
perpctuul motion. The machine, It
11 Hitci-eng, will revolutionize the
whole hjhU'iii of power transmission.
Royal Hawaiian Garage. Phone
101. The only garage in town
where you can get the celebrated
locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha-lie-.va.
Leilehna trips a specialty.
Automobile repairing a specialty.
Special attention given to the mak
ing nf Dom .nil call nnrf nf atttn.
2 i'S mobiles. Geortrt S Wells. Manager.
WHAT kind of an overcoat or suit style do
ir-vii nro ti f- thic ivtnhiiv All rii tirrri fr
yjA naui. tmo hiulvi; xu js.i hvvu i.j
do is to come in
nnd we'll show it
here and let us know
to you in
Hart Schaflfncr & Marx -
latest, smartest style. There are no
clothes in the world so perfectly de
signed and so thoroughly tailored as
these. We're doing you a real service
hy providing such goods for you to wear.
You can show your appreciation hy
coming to see them. That's all we ask
of you; just look at them.
We'll take our chances of your
This store is the home of II art Sdmffncr & Marx clothes. '
Crpr!M iqtq W
IUiI ath.tM.I At XL I
Elks' Bid., King near Fort
See "Pratt the Laud Man."
nn'; 1 01,'
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Sales Between lloards: DO Hono
kau, 710.25; CO II. C. & S. Co., 133.7a;
400 H, C. & S .Co., $33.75; S00 II. C. &
3. Co., $33.75; SI Walalua. $117.50; 76
Walnltia, SI 17.50; 25 Walalun, $117.50;
100 Dimmed, $.'0.75; 5 Hann l'ino. Co.,
JJ.S.50; .'5 Havsn. l'ino. Co.. J28.50; 20
W.ilmannlo ?250. Session: 10 Haw. C.
& S. Co., (33.75; 100 Oahu Sug. Co.,
$32.2.'; 10 Hon. II. & M. Co.. $21; 10
Hon 1). & M. Co, $24; 10 Hon. II. ft
M. Co., $21; 10 Hon. 1). & M. Co., $21.
Latest sugar quotation 4.283 cents.
or $85.(6 per ton.
SugarT 4.283 cts
SENItV WATEItHOUSE TRUST CO.
Member Honolulu Stook and Bond
FORT.AND MEKCHArlT 8T8.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
I Iron Fence
Hawaiian iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLCU., 176-160 K INQ STREET. PHONE 237.
Member Honolulu Stock ind Bond
848 Kahumann Street,'
Chas A. Stanton
LOANS & INVESTMENTS
ROOMS 37 AND 38
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLD0.
Honolulu, T.' H,
DOLLARS TO DYE
Japanese -and Chinese
"It costs money to illo, was tho
comment made nt l'ollcu Com I thli
iiiornlnR when Uchujama, n J.ipanesu
was called ii'ion to settlu a lino of
tcnty-flvo dolla'nTlnipnscil for lielns
found Rullty of conductlui; n clcnnlnK
and dylnR cetnlilUhment without hnv
Ins Bono throiiRh tho formality of tak
ing out a license.
Uchujama was one of tovorul Chin
tso nnd Japanese who have been
rounded up by the police for their per
sistence In u,ltcmptlni; In do business
without ukluK out the necessary p.i
pern and scttlni; n financial seme with
p hard-hearted tax collector
In tho array of offcnlcra were fish
leddlcrs and the tendon' of tesetnbli'S
uhose presence recked with the as
serted odors of tho market.
JmlKo Humphreys repickcnted u
number of the dorend,ints and Tie
atked that their discs be continued
imtll NovvmLcr 12th as it was claimed
thut tho constitutionality of tho net
Imposing the liculso was now liefura
p hlKher cmut und thub It was now
leliiR arKued li).tht Supicnie Court nf
tho Territory. Judge Andrndc grunted
thu motion of JihIko Huniphres. In
tho caso of tho dyer, however, somo
misunderstanding (resulted oer the
employment of l9al counsel nnd ho
was dually lemuqded to custody In
lieu of tho wherowlth to pay his flno.
Attorney Douthltt reprcBentod eigh
teen Chlneso nnd Japaneso who weru
also caught In tho police drag net for
Belling fish and other edibles without
being nulhorliid ijy the' authorities.
Ills request that th'u defendants walvo
11 preliminary hearing In thu District
court nnd would carry tho caso to n
higher tribunal was grunted hy JuJgo
Andrade, and ball to tho amount of
twenty-flvo dollars ,wug ttxed In each
Ono section of Act 90 of the Session
Laws of 1907 provides for tho collec
Hon of n general merchuiullsu llccnpo
of $25 for tho sale of merchandise In
fhed places of butlnoss and of a fee
of $50 for peddling. Tho next section
exempts peddleis of fish, fiesli fiults
and vegetables from tho pi) incut of
Douthltt clulms that no llcsnso Is re
r.ulred by law for tho calo of llsh. Tho
flth Inspector of the county troisuror't.
offlco who was Instrumental in liatlim
tho Chinese nuested, claims Hut, 11 1
though no llcensu Is required to pe Idle
libli from house to ho'isu or through
tho streets, a license of flvo dollars Is
l'iuldcl for ti'lllns: flr.li in n store
stall or fixed 1 lared of liinlnoia. If the
contention of the Inspector Is right, It
certainly Indicates nn nerslght on
tho part of tho I.e3lo!atiiro,of 1907,
A very fine Beach Residence, a
new ten-room house with all mod
ern improvements, and nearly two
acres ot land.
A choice unimproved residence
site in Punahou District; grand view
over Honolulu and suburbs; area
nearly three acres.
Another unimproved lot in Makiki
District; fine view and excellent
neighborhood ; area 82,620 square
feet; corner lot.
Another corner lot in Makiki;
highly improved; large house and
outbuildings; very choicest of fruit
and ornamental trees; very desirable
teighborhoon; area 20,000 or 32,500
Another highly improved, lot in
Makiki; large house and outbuild
ings; fine fruit and ornamental
trees: 25,000 square feet.-
. A fine lot on Fort street extension,
02 feet front; area 13,030 square
feet. Will lease or sell at bargain
600 acres Maui pineapple land, to
gether with 100 acres pasture land,
within three miles of the great Hai
ku Pineapple Plantations and simi
larly situated; will be sold in lots to
suit and on very easy terms.
38 acres Wahiawa, Oahu, pineap
ple land, completely planted with a
growing crop of healthy pines; also
partly planted with orchards of fine
fruit trees; lots to suit and easv
A five and one-half acre leasehold
in Manoa Valley; four-room cottage,
stable, wagon house, servants' hous
es; mountain water piped over all;
land planted to fruit trees, flowers
and vegetables. Hone wagon and
harness goes with the place; lease
has over fourteen vears to run. In
come from products is now over $1,
000.00 per. annum.
A leasehold at Kahala; new and
roomy house; servants' quarters,
stables and garage; fine bathine,
boating and fishing; lease has nine
years to run.
FOR LEASE A two-story house
and two cottages; all furnished; on
car line; five minutes' walk from
Fort and Hotel streets; just right for
a select boarding house.
See "Pratt, the Land Man."
' JAS. W. PRATT.
No. 125 Merchant Street.
Adjoining the Stanircnwald.
Tel. No. C02. P. 0. Box No. 451.
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KALUNA MET GRUESOME DEATH
(Continued from Paze 1)
)cars ot ago. llo has lived In the
vicinity of Kulihi for Mime time
past. He Is said to have bcon sub
jected to fits of melancholy. When
these spells of despondency were
upon him he Is said to linvo mndo re
ptntcd threats of taking his life.
Yesterday Kulunn hud somo words
with his nged father, and the jautig
limn finally left tho house nnd. wan
dered nway in thu dliectlou nf tho
uillro.id. Ho wiih observed to lenvo
tho picmUes hy several lelathea.
This was the last seen of tho oiiug
Huwulln'n until his body was picked
lip In hoirlbly mutilated condition
by thu train clow.
It Is contended thnt tho deceased
man possessed suicidal Intent. He
had spicnd an oil skin over the
gioiind between thu ialU nnd ro
rllucd on this dnngeious bed, inlmly
Tho (oioncr was summoned to the
stone, accoinpanlnd by 11 Jury, who
ieweil the lenutlns nnd tho grite
tonio prepaiallons mndo by the Ha
waiian for shuffling; off. ar
a lljLJ1,lusl w'" 1)0 ''"Id lonlgiit.
CHINESE GRASS LINEN ?0.C0 n yd
A PONGEE SILX 1.25 a yd
B PONGEE SILK 1.75 a yd
C PONGEE SILK 2.50 a yd
And PONGEE EMBROIDERY SCARFS, with Centerpiece.
QUALITY OUTCLASSES PRICES.
L TEN-ACRE Eucalyptus-Mahogany Plantation (now selling for
$2,000) will produce an average yearly income of 52,500 perma
nently. Think of it $25,000 every ten years from such a small
investment! This is an actual fact, verified by the U. S. Govern
ment and State of Cal. Forestry authorities.
YOU couldn't find a better or safer investrrenV especially for an
absentee landlord, as these trees r.ced no attention and sprout
from the stumps immediately after cutting. Our Plantations will
be worth from 32,500 to $3,000 per acre in a few years.
W mill trhthf Ufj1, lwilt,vlt fnl eay payment. If 4tlfrJI. rultivatt an! re 1 r Vt trf until
no furtlrtr ntt.nlUin li r-iiulffl. piy t.r. ni jme.tmrntt for I t ar ftn4 rltf )Ddi (luirjnfr.! title.
Will lw in iVfl your tlfntf If you wlvh lor a .mall c.Hnnl.iInn Call ani tre our rxhlhlt furnltui.
tool hanJI.t, t.aon pain, flowlig pollihei catlnct wooJb, ttc etc., or rlt lor furtlwr particuUri anU
C. Herbert Diamond,
Special Agent MURRIETA EUCALYPTUS CO of Los Angeles.
. ROOM 300 JUDD BUILDING. HONOLULU.
Fresh Fruits ?.nd
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
INSIST UP0 NHAVING ; '
White River Flour,
IT IS BEST. ,,X
Lewis & Co., Ltd., and '
Charles J. Day sell it. ty
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